Hunter College K-12 Tutoring Evaluation Rubric
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Tutoring Evaluation Rubric
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Total score: # out of 60 (To meet the standard, tutor should score between 24 and 48.)
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Approaching Standard
(0-5)
Meeting Standard
(6-12)
Exceeding Standard
(13-15)
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Student-centered teachingTeacher conducts most or more talking than the student. Student is not given enough opportunities to carry out language tasks.Student conducts more talking than the teacher, and is given sufficient opportunities to carry out language tasks.Student conducts most of the talking, and is given abundant opportunities to carry out language tasks. Teacher only facilitates.
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Target language useTeacher often resorts to the use of English for such purposes as translating, explaining, giving instructions, etc. Target language is used occasionally, but is often incomprehensible.Teacher uses the target language most of the time, and applies strategies to make the input comprehensible.Teacher uses the target language almost exclusively, and applies various strategies consciously to make the input comprehensible.
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Task levelTeacher gives tasks that are aimed at or below the student’s current proficiency level, in terms of such factors as language functions and text type (words, sentences, paragraphs). Higher-level tasks are occasionally used, but are usually restricted to the student’s comfort zone.Teacher gives tasks that are aimed at and above the student’s current proficiency level, in terms of such factors as language function and text type (words, sentences, paragraphs). Student is challenged to perform outside his/her comfort zone.Teacher keeps the task level at and, most of the time, above the student’s current proficiency level, in terms of such factors as language function and text type (words, sentences, paragraphs). Student is constantly challenged to perform outside his/her comfort zone.
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Error correctionTeacher rarely corrects the student’s errors, corrects the errors sporadically, or only corrects errors in a specific area, such as pronunciation, vocabulary, or grammar.Teacher corrects errors consciously and consistently in all relevant areas, such as pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar.Teacher corrects errors consciously and consistently in all relevant areas, such as pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar, noticing the error patterns, and making effort to help student realize and correct his/her own errors systematically.
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